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By the Numbers: Kyle Connor

22-year-old hit the 30-goal mark for the second consecutive season

by Mitchell Clinton @MitchellClinton / WinnipegJets.com

Kyle Connor was one of three members of the Winnipeg Jets to hit the 30-goal mark in 2018-19. His 34 were the second most on the team behind only line mate Mark Scheifele.

In the post season, Connor tied with Patrik Laine for the most goals on the team with three - one of those came in overtime in Game 4, which helped the Jets earn their first franchise overtime win in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

His five points in the team's six playoff games were tied with line mates Scheifele and Blake Wheeler for the second most on the club as well.

Here are some other numbers that stand out from Connor's season.

34 - Set a career-high for goals this season with 34, his second consecutive 30-goal season

3 - Set a career-high in three other statistical categories - assists (32), points (66), shots on goal (227).

4 - Connor recorded four points in a game on three occasions: Nov. 19 at Vancouver, Nov. 24 at St. Louis, and Mar. 23 versus Nashville.

5 - Connor had a five-game point streak three times this season.

8 - Named the NHL's First Star of the Week on Mar. 25 after recording eight points in four games.

1 - Connor recorded his first career hat trick on Mar. 23 against Nashville.

Video: NSH@WPG: Connor registers first career hat trick

9 - His nine goals in January led all Jets skaters and only two other players in the NHL had more goals that month.

100 - Recorded his 100th career point Jan. 19 in a 4-2 loss to Dallas.

24:52 - Recorded the most ice time of his career on Jan. 10, 2019 at Minnesota

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